All posts tagged innovation

The flat tyre of Open Thinking

Dan Pontefract chronicles a cautionary tale of a major US company that forgot its commitment to Open Thinking and paid a heavy price     Good thinking is required by all […]

Is your business school fit for the world of AI?

The impact of technology, already hugely significant, is about to become even more intense. Prabhu Guptara asks if business schools are ready   In January 2018, I started a research […]

Gold for Experts: developing technology experts as leaders – Atos with University of Cambridge (IfM) and Paderborn University SICP

– SILVER WINNER OF THE 2018 EXCELLENCE IN PRACTICE AWARDS – How do you combine technical expertise with business acumen to create the best outcomes for customers… and in doing so, […]

The journey to excellence – DSM and Vlerick Business School

– GOLD WINNER OF THE 2018 EXCELLENCE IN PRACTICE AWARDS – How building the capabilities of DSM’s marketing and sales teams creates successful growth. In 2010, Royal DSM embarked on a […]

Leadership at Telstra – Telstra and LIW

– GOLD WINNER OF THE 2018 EXCELLENCE IN PRACTICE AWARDS – To achieve its vision of becoming a world-class technology company that empowers people to connect, Telstra sought to redefine what […]

Stacking the odds

Stackable programmes and courses deliver flexibility and options to the market and allow universities to unlock their breadth of knowledge. Paul Kofman describes a quiet revolution Technological disruption affects every sector of the […]

Digital learning: How to train for long-term impact

David Pontoppidan and David Everhart say that a solid understanding of the basics of learning is now in place and technological aids are increasingly available. Now is the time to put them […]

Is the public corporation obsolete in the US?

Excerpted and edited from The Vanishing American Corporation. By Gerald F. Davis Suppose you wanted to start an enterprise right now without leaving your couch. Is that possible? If you have […]

Time to think again

Creativity needs space and time to flourish, says Dan Pontefract. Being too busy harms this. Too often it gets lost in status quo thinking. We have to make the time […]

Designing digital learning strategies

Business education has been slow to respond to the disruption (and opportunities) caused by technological innovation. Tony Sheehan provides some guidance on how it should act The past decade has […]

Making the SUN shine on tourism

Geoffrey Lipman argues the case for Impact Travel I was planning to devote this article to the need that exists for a radical new approach to education and training in the dynamic […]

Start-up

Emerging economies need an effective entrepreneurial ecosystem that is government-enabled, youth-led, private sector-supported and future-oriented says Sherif Kamel Entrepreneurship has, over the last decade, dominated various societies, communities and markets in both developed and […]

ePortfolios: what employers think

Kim Watty and Jade McKay explain the benefits – for both employers and business graduates – of ePortfolios, and what empolyers think of them  Graduate employers are seeking the best and brightest students […]

Benefitting from Balance

Alison Lloyd describes the success of a multidiscipline approach to nurturing entrepreneurial capabilities benefitting from balance. In an increasingly knowledge-driven economy,  encouraging entrepreneurship in higher education is regarded as fundamental […]

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